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  • fisher price little people
  • vitamin water
  • my new red corduroy storage ottoman
  • ant from celebrity fit club
  • sangria with cinnamon red-hots
  • tapas
  • quentin tarantino
  • my iPhone
  • merryvale starmont cabernet savignon
  • baby carrots
  • first class seating on usair
  • kate spade handbags

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October 19, 2008

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rb

a dusty church basement? for real? I thought weight watchers had little establishments like curves or something...man, dusty church basement AND you have to pay? that's pretty ghetto.

rb

a dusty church basement? for real? I thought weight watchers had little establishments like curves or something...man, dusty church basement AND you have to pay? that's pretty ghetto.

rb

a dusty church basement? for real? I thought weight watchers had little establishments like curves or something...man, dusty church basement AND you have to pay? that's pretty ghetto.

Sam

WW is the only thing that has worked for me in the last 10 years besides a bad breakup.

I can honestly say that I am not physically hungry following their Points system ... but emotionally hungry? Almost always. It's a battle, and I know it always will be. If I need to, I can feed my emotional hunger by using the 35 extra points I get per week or by exercising so I can eat a little more.

I really do need to figure out how to deal with emotional eating, I know.

MamaKaren

As much as I love WW, I fully understand that it's just going to work for everyone. I'm glad you found something that works for you.

Our meeting yesterday was all about emotional eating, and it was really good to have the support network of people who could totally understand both the stress that would trigger my bad eating and the temptations abound (I have an at-work WW group, so we all face the same vending machines and meeting food).

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